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Looking for LDAP tool which runs off linux/bash

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I am in contact which is running a Linux OS, and I can only connect to it via a remote bash shell. I need an LDAP tool program which I can FTP to the box and use. I need to connect to another LDAP server from this box, using credentials I have been supplied to make sure communication to this LDAP is working. Please provide info / link to such a tool.

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Matthew
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http://sourceforge.net/search/?type_of_search=soft&type_of_search=soft&words=LDAP

They have several listed here. They have php driven programs and other programs that can be run via bash shell. Depending on your exact permissions to run files depends on if you can use these programs.
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